Search launched for missing man in Ramelton

first_img Facebook Search launched for missing man in Ramelton Previous articlePrison Service Director apologies to family and colleagues of dead gardaNext articleMan jailed for disorderly behaviour at Altnagelvin Hospital News Highland Facebook Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Pinterest Google+ PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers center_img Twitter A search has been launched in Ramelton for a man missing from his home since yesterday.The man, who is believed to be in his 80s, was last seen around 8pm last night.Search and rescue teams have been searching the River Lennon since early this morning.Members of the Lough Swilly Lifeboat and Mulroy Coastguard have been combing the area. WhatsApp Newsx Adverts By News Highland – March 29, 2012 Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Pinterest HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week WhatsApp Google+last_img read more

Almost 40pc of borrowers don’t know their mortgage interest rate

first_imgNew survey finds 2 in 5 borrowers don’t know their mortgage interest rate. Image: AFP/Peter Parks. Image: AFP/William West.According to the Whitepaper, borrowers over the age of 60 were the most likely to not know their home loan interest rate, with 46 per cent admitting they did not know it.Just over 40 per cent of those under the age of 30 did not know their mortgage interest rate, while 36.9 per cent of those aged between 30 and 39 said they were in the same boat. HALF BIG FOUR BANKS TO REFUND MILLIONS ON HOME LOANS The minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s December meeting reveal the board was concerned about weak consumer spending and sluggish wages growth, but appeared in no rush to change its interest rate settings.CommSec expects the official cash rate to stay on hold at 1.5 per cent until at least late 2018, while Westpac predicts rates to remain stable in 2018 and 2019. New survey finds 2 in 5 borrowers don’t know their mortgage interest rate. Image: AFP/Peter Parks.ALMOST two in five Australians don’t know how much interest they are paying on their home loan, a new survey shows.Mortgage Choice’s Australian Financial Savviness Whitepaper found 38 per cent of borrowers do not know what rate they are paying on their mortgage — a figure chief executive John Flavell described as “alarming”. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Mortgage Choice chief executive John Flavell.“It seems for many borrowers it is easy to take a set and forget attitude towards their mortgage,” Mr Flavell said.“However, this can end up costing them substantially over the longer term.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoMr Flavell said a home loan was one of the biggest financial investments a person would make in their lifetime and they should review it on a regular basis to avoid paying more than they should.“In the past two years the cash rate has been reduced by 50 basis points and a huge portion of this has been passed onto mortgage holders in the form of lower rates,” he said.“Anyone who hasn’t reviewed their mortgage in the past two years could find that the interest rate on their home loan is significantly higher than it needs to be.” SALES BEFORE AUCTION TRIPLE last_img read more

Dodgers: New World Series menu includes pastrami dog, Dodger blue cocktails and doughnuts

first_imgPreviousThe new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Poke Salad. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)Candy apples at Dodger Stadium. (Courtesy Dodgers)Blue Crush Cockgtail. Courtesy Dodgers SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsShrimp cocktail at Dodger Stadiium. (Courtesy Dodgers)Pastrami chili cheese dog at Dodger Stadiium. (Courtesy Dodgers)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Cheet-O-Lote. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)Wagyu burger. (Courtesy Dodgers)SHRIMP SHOOTER. (Courtesy Dodgers)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Al Pastor Fries. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)Lobster roll. (Courtesy Dodgers)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: BBQ Rib Platter. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Chicken Waffle Sammy. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)AL PASTOR” NACHOS in a souvenir Helmet (Courtesy Dodgers)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Churro Sundae. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Buffalo Waffle Fries. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Fish and Chips. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Italian Sausage. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Korean BBQ Dog. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)The new fast food meals found at Dodger Stadium during the playoff series range from $13 to $15. Shown: Poke Salad. (Courtesy Dodger Stadium/Levy)Candy apples at Dodger Stadium. (Courtesy Dodgers)NextShow Caption1 of 18Candy apples at Dodger Stadium. (Courtesy Dodgers)ExpandDodger Stadium Executive Chef Ryan Evans secretly prepared a World Series menu just in case the Dodgers win the pennant.They won, and host tonight’s first game of the World Series. “It just feels right this year,” Evans told the Register before National League playoffs against the Chicago Cubs.Here are the post season creations:Pastrami chili cheese dog at Dodger Stadiium. (Courtesy Dodgers)This Team DogDescription: A one-third pound all beef hot dog topped with chili, cheese sauce, pastrami, drizzled spicy mustard and picklesLocation: Extreme Loaded Dog on Field level (Section 48), Loge level (Section 135) & Reserve level (Section 2) (Note: The concession operations at Dodger Stadium are run by Levy, a Chicago-based hospitality firm. The company oversees concessions at multiple sports venues across the country including StubHub Center in Carson and FedExField, home to the Washington Redskins.) Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error First look at new Honda Center foods for Anaheim Ducks opening game Wagyu Beef CheeseburgerDescription: A half-pound Kobe-style American beef burger topped with creamy American cheese, bacon, grilled onions, herb mayo on a brioche bun. Served  with kettle chipsLocation: Elysian Park Grill on Field level (Section 22 & 23) & Reserve level (Section 31)Smoked Chicken PlatterDescription: Smoked chicken leg & thigh with smoky barbecue sauce. Served with roasted corn, ramen slaw & corn breadLocation: King’s Hawaiian Grill on Left Field PlazaShort Rib Waffles FriesDescription: Braised short ribs and a red wine reduction sauce served over waffle fries and topped with crispy cheese curdsLocation: Bud & Burgers on Field level (Section 47) & Top Deck Dogs Too on Top Deck (Section 4)Specialty ApplesDescription: Caramel apples with crushed Oreos, S’mores or ChamoyLocation: Trolley Dodger Treats on Field level (Section 46) & Marketplace on Loge level (Section 137), Reserve level (Section 5)Coctel De CamaronDescription: A shrimp cocktail — chopped tomato, cucumber, red onion, cilantro, avocado, jalapeños in shrimp broth & lime juiceLocation: Marketplace on Field level (Section 5), Loge level (Section 137) & Reserve level (Section 5) Blue Crush CocktailDescription: Ciroc vodka, Curaçao liqueur, Sprite, lemonade, and sweet & sour.Location: Think Blue Bar on Field level (Section 1) & Reserve level (Section 13), Blue Heaven on Earth Bar on Right Field Plaza, #ITFDB Bar on Left Field Plaza, Hite Bar on Loge level (Section 107), Rita Cabana Bar on Loge level (section 161) & Top Deck Buds on Top Deck (section 5)Vegan Noodle BowlDescription: Vietnamese bean thread noodle, Napa cabbage, shredded carrots, diced cucumber, peanuts, diced jalapeño, peanut sauceLocation: Base Bowls on Field level (Section 45)Shrimp ShooterDescription: Grilled jumbo shrimp bathed in L.A’s michelada mix with a shot of Don Julio tequilaLocation: Blue Heaven on Earth Bar on Right Field Plaza & #ITFDB Bar on Left Field PlazaChar Siu Baby Back RibsDescription: Smoked baby back ribs slathered in Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork) BBQ, served with garlic friesLocation: Think Blue BBQ on Reserve level (Section 30)Lobster roll. (Courtesy Dodgers)Lobster RollDescription: New England style lobster mix on a King’s Hawaiian Sweet Roll, served with garlic friesLocation: King’s Hawaiian Grill on Left Field PlazaAl Pastor NachosDescription: Crispy tortilla chips topped with pastor pork, refried beans, nacho cheese sauce, pico de gallo & avocado crema. Served in souvenir helmet.Location: LA Taqueria on Field level (Section 10) & Reserve level (Section 15)Al Pastor FriesDescription: Crispy fries topped with al pastor pork, pico de gallo & avocado creme.Location: Top Deck Dogs Too on Top Deck (Section 4) & LA Taqueria on Field & Reserve levels (Sections 10 and 15)Blue Heaven Ice Cream Donut SandwichDescription: Blue vanilla ice cream in a blue glazed doughnut topped with blue & white sprinkles.Location: Trolley Dodger Treats on Field level (Section 46)Blue Slugger CocktailsDescription: Vodka, blue Curaçao liqueur, pineapple juice, fresh lemon sour mix with a splash of Sprite.Location: Think Blue Bar on Field level (section 1) & Reserve level (Section 13), Blue Heaven on Earth Bar on Right Field Plaza, #ITFDB Bar on Left Field Plaza, Hite Bar on Loge level (Section 107), Rita Cabana Bar on Loge level (section 161) & Top Deck Buds on Top Deck (Section 5) Fish & ChipsDescription: Beer battered cod served with garlic fries and tartar sauceLocation: Lot’s O’ Tots on Loge level (Section 136)Buffalo Waffle FriesDescription: Fried chicken tossed in house made buffalo sauce served with crispy waffle fries, bleu cheese crumbles and tangy bleu cheese sauce.Location: Bud & Burgers on Field level (Section 47)Korean BBQ DogDescription: Braised short rib on a 1/3 pound all-beef dog with shredded carrots, sliced green onion, jalapeños and house made Korean BBQ sauceLocation: Extreme Loaded Dog on Field level (Section 48), Loge level (Section 135) and Reserve level (Section 2)Footlong Italian SausageDescription: Footlong Italian sausage with roasted peppers & onions, topped with marinara and creamy garlic sauceLocation: Tommy Lasorda’s Trattoria on Right Field Plaza and Bud & Burgers on Field level (Section 47)Poke SaladDescription: Ahi tuna served over mix greens with edamame, shredded carrots, diced cucumber, seaweed salad and ponzu sauceLocation: Marketplace on Field level (Section 5), Loge level (Section 137) and Reserve level (Section 5)Churro SundaeDescription: Cinnamon sugar churro and soft-serve ice cream topped with whipped cream, chocolate syrup and blue sprinkles. Served in a helmet.Location: Trolley Dodger Treats on Field level (Section 46) and LA Taqueria on Reserve level (Section 15)BBQ Rib PlatterDescription: Smoked baby back ribs slathered in blueberry bacon BBQ sauce and served with Parmesan fries. (Debuted during the National League Division Series)Location: King’s Hawaiian Grill on Left Field Plaza and Think Blue BBQ on Reserve level (Section 30)Chicken Waffle SammyDescription: This item debuted during National League Division Series and was a big hit, Chef Evans said. It is a Belgian waffle stuffed with spicy crispy chicken, candied smoked bacon and drizzled with maple syrup.Location: Chick N’ Tots on Field level (Section 8) and Tenders Etc. on Reserve level (Section 14)CHEET-O-LOTEDescription: This Mexican-style street corn debuted during National League Division Series. The hot seller is roasted sweet corn on the cob slathered in chipotle-lime mayo and dusted with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, cotija cheese & tajin seasoning.Location: King’s Hawaiian Grill on Left Field Plaza and Think Blue BBQ on Reserve level (Section 30)Related Articleslast_img read more

Dak Prescott contract: Deadline passes but clock still moving for Cowboys, franchised QB

first_imgThe Cowboys and Dak Prescott have negotiated for more than a year on a long-term contract. They negotiated right up to Wednesday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline, in fact. They still couldn’t beat the clock.Worse, the clock is still ticking. NFL Network’s Jane Slater reported Wednesday that there was an offer that Prescott was interested in pursuing, but there wasn’t enough time to wrap it up.I’m told #Cowboys QB Dak Prescott was involved at the last minute in an effort to get a long term deal done but it was up against the 3pm CST deadline per source informed. The deal was between 33-35M annually with a 110 guaranteed. #Cowboys #Dak— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) July 15, 2020The deal included a 50M signing bonus and 70M over the first two years. I’m told Dak Prescott wanted to get this deal done but it was just too late per source informed. #Cowboys https://t.co/3h16v7kcIq— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) July 15, 2020Dak Prescott declined to clarify but disputes some of the details reported here. Tells me while he did talk to Stephen Jones & try to get a deal done he’s grateful and blessed to be a Cowboy and working & moving forward to do whatever he can to help the team win a Super Bowl. https://t.co/GbNuhiLZhK— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) July 15, 2020The Dallas Morning News reported (subscription required) that the length of the contract remains a sticking point: The Cowboys want to sign Prescott to a five-year deal but Prescott, 26, wants a four-year deal. And still no middle ground could be reached even though this has been a core issue for a long time.MORE: NASCAR driver/Eagles fan offer scouting report on DakA few questions need to be asked after reading the tweets and reports:— Did Team Prescott (the QB and his agent, Todd France) and/or the Cowboys (Jerry and Stephen Jones) misplay this game of chicken, each waiting too long for the other side to give in? Or did they proceed in a manner they wanted, to ensure that a deal could not be made in time? — Will the offer that Prescott reportedly liked be available in a few months? Will the Cowboys pass on Prescott if the QB market (Deshaun Watson, Lamar Jackson) goes too high?Some clues, perhaps, from the post-deadline numbers: Prescott is scheduled to make $31.4 million this season under his exclusive franchise-tag tender, and if the Cowboys want to bring him back for 2021, they could tag him again at $37 million (a mandated 20 percent raise under tag rules). The reported late offer was for about that much. How far beyond those dollars and years, then, is Dallas really willing to go?Some of these questions may be answered when/if the sides address the impasse. Some may not be answered until the sides resume negotiations — which will be up against a new time limit.last_img read more